Adobe Flash Posts

10+ Adobe Flash Tools and Resources

Even though Adobe is putting less resources in Adobe Flash, it is still one of the most used programs for creating advertisements and presentations.  Adobe Flash is a multimedia platform used for adding animation, video, and interactivity to websites.  Flash is used to manipulate vector and raster graphics to provide text and drawing animations.

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Adobe Stops Supporting Flash Player On Android 4.1

Adobe Systems said that they will no longer be supporting the Adobe Flash Player on the Nexus 7 or future Jelly Bean device. Flash will not be supported on Android 4.1 at launch and they have stopped development of the Flash on Android entirely.

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45+ Awesome Actionscript 3.0 Tutorials

ActionScript is an object-oriented language that was originally developed by Macromedia and is now owned by Adobe Systems. It is a dialect of ECMAScript, which means that it is a superset of the syntax of JavaScript. ActionScript is currently used for the development of websites and software that is targeted for the Adobe Flash Player. ActionScript 3.0 is the programming language for the Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR runtime environments. To get a better understanding of some of the applications that you can build with knowledge of ActionScript 3.0, I have listed some tutorials below.
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Samsung Galaxy Nexus Getting Flash and AIR Support In December

Adobe is preparing to launch Flash support for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus by the end of the year. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus will run Adobe Flash Player 11.1 and Adobe AIR 3.1 next month. This will be the last version of Flash that is headed to Android since Adobe is stopping the support of Flash for mobile devices to focus on HTML5. [Adobe Blog]

Adobe To Stop Supporting Flash On Consumer Electronics

Adobe Systems Incorporation (NASDAQ:ADBE) announced yesterday that they would no longer be supporting Flash on mobile devices. The company has also revealed yesterday that they would no longer be supporting Adobe Flash on consumer electronics including web-connected TVs. Adobe plans to focus their energies on Adobe AIR and contribute to HTML5.
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Adobe Product Users May Wish to Avoid OS X Lion

Since Apple released OS X Lion to the general public yesterday, it’s already gotten more than 7,000 five-star ratings in the App Store. In contrast to this positive response, Adobe has released a list of issues with Adobe products on machines running Lion. One such issue is that Apple may have disabled Flash hardware acceleration. In some cases Adobe offers suggestions of how to change Lion settings to better work with Adobe devotees’ expectations of product performance, but in other cases Adobe simply recommends that users do not update to OS X Lion. Many of the issues are small but obnoxiously annoying for anyone who uses the affected feature frequently, such as droplets not working in Photoshop CS3-CS5.

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Adobe Flash 10.2 Beta Now Available For Android

Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) has announced that Adobe Flash 10.2 will be available on Android devices running on Froyo, Gingerbread, and Honeycomb. Adobe 10.2 has increased performance from the previous version. The beta release of Adobe 10.2 does not utilize full hardware acceleration as that feature has been turned off. Hardware rending and compositing will be added in a later release. That release “will bring 720p playback to a really smooth, enjoyable level.” [Engadget]

Adobe Flash Player 10.2 To Be Available On Android Market On March 18

Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) has announced that they have launched the Flash Player 10.2 application for download on the Android Market on March 18th. The GA (General Availability) production of the Flash Player 10.2 application will initially be released as a beta for Android Honeycomb 3.0 tablets.
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